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Full-Body Awareness from Partial Observations [article]

Chris Rockwell, David F. Fouhey
2020 arXiv   pre-print
There has been great progress in human 3D mesh recovery and great interest in learning about the world from consumer video data.  ...  studying this task, including evaluations on out-of-image keypoints; and (iii) we show that our method substantially improves PCK and human-subject judgments compared to baselines, both on test videos from  ...  Understanding Partially-Observed People: Much of the prior work studying global understanding of partially-observed people comes from ego-centric action recognition [11, 29, 33, 47, 49] .  ... 
arXiv:2008.06046v1 fatcat:egeul5e37fhgxgxjmjtyf6iqyq

Typical and atypical restrictive anorexia nervosa: Weight history, body image, psychiatric symptoms, and response to outpatient treatment

Paolo Santonastaso, Romina Bosello, Paolo Schiavone, Elena Tenconi, Daniela Degortes, Angela Favaro
2009 International Journal of Eating Disorders  
Participant with partial AN reported the highest levels of psychiatric symptoms and novelty seeking.  ...  All types of atypical AN showed high rates of dropout, whereas participants with subthreshold AN showed the highest level of full remission after treatment.  ...  In the four diagnostic groups, presence/absence of body image distortion did not show significant relationships with rates of drop-out, full or partial remission.  ... 
doi:10.1002/eat.20706 pmid:19424978 fatcat:di5josrb45cztm7xh4jzmakxpy

Illusory own body perceptions: Case reports and relevance for bodily self-consciousness

Lukas Heydrich, Sebastian Dieguez, Thomas Grunwald, Margitta Seeck, Olaf Blanke
2010 Consciousness and Cognition  
Here we present clinical and neuroanatomical data of two neurological patients with paroxysmal disorders of full body representation in whom only one of these aspects, self-identification, was abnormal  ...  We distinguish such disorders of global body representation from related but distinct disorders and discuss their relevance for the neurobiology of bodily self-consciousness.  ...  OB was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (Sinergia Grant CRSII1-125135: Balancing Self and Body).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2010.04.010 pmid:20663690 fatcat:5seit5my7nb7xn4fnaesboqw4m

LEARNING WITHOUT AWARENESS AND AWARENESS WITHOUT LEARNING

MILTON WOLPIN
1962 Psychological Reports  
The current study assesses (1) whether pedestrians are sufficiently aware of their surroundings to successfully negotiate obstacles in a city, and (2) whether various common walking practices affect awareness  ...  The absence of awareness does not imply any absence of cognitive and perceptual processing.  ...  Last but not least, special thanks to Mathijs Goorhuis from Eurotrash United, a Rotterdam-based pub, for generously lending us their signboard for the full duration of the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.2466/pr0.10.3.867-874 fatcat:e25xpuubtngmrnjekgef3ricye

Walking Without Awareness

Ilse M. Harms, Joke H. van Dijken, Karel A. Brookhuis, Dick de Waard
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
The current study assesses (1) whether pedestrians are sufficiently aware of their surroundings to successfully negotiate obstacles in a city, and (2) whether various common walking practices affect awareness  ...  The absence of awareness does not imply any absence of cognitive and perceptual processing.  ...  Last but not least, special thanks to Mathijs Goorhuis from Eurotrash United, a Rotterdam-based pub, for generously lending us their signboard for the full duration of the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01846 pmid:31456719 pmcid:PMC6700670 fatcat:gs3x3p4ubbad5mstmlsdes6r4u

The Serenity of the Meditating Mind: A Cross-Cultural Psychometric Study on a Two-Factor Higher Order Structure of Mindfulness, Its Effects, and Mechanisms Related to Mental Health among Experienced Meditators

Ulrich S. Tran, Ausiàs Cebolla, Tobias M. Glück, Joaquim Soler, Javier Garcia-Campayo, Theresa von Moy, Susana Jiménez-Murcia
2014 PLoS ONE  
Aspects of emotion regulation, bodily awareness, and nonattachment explained the effects of mindfulness on depression and anxiety.  ...  Items are scored on a 5-point Likert scale, ranging from 0 = not at all to 4 = all the time. Cronbach alpha was.86 (Body Awareness) and.67 (Body Dissociation).  ...  with Observe and Describe, and of Nonreact with Observe, were somewhat higher in the full FFMQ than in the short form.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0110192 pmid:25330072 pmcid:PMC4199716 fatcat:22vdzmktlngzdpajb5jfatbnle

Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Italian version of the Body Perception Questionnaire

Francesco Cerritelli, Matteo Galli, Giacomo Consorti, Giandomenico D'Alessandro, Jacek Kolacz, Stephen W. Porges, Antonio Palazón-Bru
2021 PLoS ONE  
Results The single-factor structure fit the awareness subscale (RMSEA = .036, CFI = .983, TLI = .982).  ...  Background/Objective The purpose of this study was to cross-culturally adapt the Body Perception Questionnaire Short Form (BPQ-SF) into Italian and to assess its psychometric properties in a sample of  ...  The subjective experience of the ongoing bottom-up flow from the body may be clustered into a construct called "body awareness" (i.e. body perception) [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0251838 pmid:34043660 fatcat:lszcuynzkrarzn5ki3dvrpszxy

Page 462 of The American Journal of the Medical Sciences Vol. 198, Issue 4 [page]

1939 The American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
So far as we are aware, no suitable body of evidence bearing on this question is available. Nineteen patients ranging in age from 15 to 72 vears were studied.  ...  A standardized preparation of digitalis was administered in doses calculated on the basis of body weight; in accord with general prac- tice, somewhat less than the full Eggleston dosage was administered  ... 

Trance Types and Amnesia Revisited: Using Detailed Interviews to Fill in the Gaps

Sarasvati Buhrman
1997 Anthropology of Consciousness  
Unconscious trance states which involve complete amnesia, and conscious trance states which involve dissociation from the body's sensory process and failure to tecall speech or body sensation or movement  ...  The word "morbid" here is key; we do not, for example, term ourselves "amnesic" when we fail to remember the name that goes with the face and body ofsomeone we met at a party last week.  ...  For this group of mediums, partial awareneSs of physical body sensations and sensory functions were also present.  ... 
doi:10.1525/ac.1997.8.1.10 fatcat:nkchtdub5nc3vkznrt7ykin4am

Page 402 of American Dental Association. The Journal of the American Dental Association Vol. 17, Issue 3 [page]

1930 American Dental Association. The Journal of the American Dental Association  
The science of partial denture pros- thesis is, and always has been, as I have already observed, a+ much _ neglected branch in our dental curriculums.  ...  Is it any wonder, then, that the aver- age dentist senses a lack of training in this particular field, and a good clinic on this subject will draw a larger body of observers than a clinic on any other  ... 

NaviBoard and NaviChair: Limited Translation Combined with Full Rotation for Efficient Virtual Locomotion

Thinh Nguyen-Vo, Bernhard E. Riecke, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Duc-Minh Pham, Ernst Kruijff
2019 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
), and full translation (physically walking).  ...  These results suggest that translational body-based motion cues and control from a low-cost leaning/stepping interface might provide enough sensory information for supporting spatial updating, spatial  ...  Upper-body Whole-body Walking N = None; P = Partial; F = Full our analysis of RCC and TCC provided by each condition in the navigational search studies mentioned above.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2019.2935730 pmid:31443029 fatcat:4swfmlje3rbw5krijeas32m47m

Being an Avatar "for Real": a Survey on Virtual Embodiment in Augmented Reality

Adelaide Charlotte Sarah Genay, Anatole Lecuyer, Martin Hachet
2021 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
To do so, we introduce a taxonomy of virtual embodiment experiences by defining a "body avatarization" continuum.  ...  This allows the partial and full avatarization of bodies with a morphology different from the user's that would otherwise be impossible (e.g. 1PP partial avatarization of a thinner arm).  ...  In the third-person perspective, users can observe their virtual avatarization in its entirety from different angles and standing viewpoints, providing them with an external awareness of their avatar.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2021.3099290 fatcat:j5hqg6q7mjgwbcwpfcf4rju64e

Ingestion of Partial Denture after General Anesthesia Induction and Ventılation: A Rare Case Report

Hakan Akelma, Fikret Salik, Ömer Başol, Hüseyin Bilge, Akif Yıldırım, Şule Özgün
2019 Case Reports in Surgery  
In elderly, the use of partial fixed prosthesis increases and the risk of swallowing dentures is increased.  ...  Conclusion Dentures are a special type of foreign body requiring the awareness primarily not only of anaesthetists but also of other specialists.  ...  Approximately 80% of foreign bodies in the digestive system pass spontaneously from the digestive tract without any complications in the whole gastrointestinal system.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/8726508 pmid:31275689 pmcid:PMC6560317 fatcat:nslwkvd4ebbpphga4w2obourcu

Emotion matters: Different psychophysiological responses to expressive and non-expressive full-body movements

Julia F. Christensen, Ruben T. Azevedo, Manos Tsakiris
2021 Acta Psychologica  
We explore dance video clip stimuli as a means to test human observers' accuracy in detecting genuine emotional expressivity in full-body movements.  ...  The expressivity results from subtle variations in the body movements of the expressor, and emotions cannot be recognised by observers via particular actions (e.g. fist shaking, etc).  ...  full-body movements from full-body movements that are not expressive.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2020.103215 pmid:33316458 fatcat:okngtkfnfjemzkvtsk6oilh2za

The Training of the Cultural Anthropologist

Margaret Mead
1952 American Anthropologist  
Preparation for such field os - work can usefuily stress practice in handling fragmentary and partial material, Bet et practice in the recognition of pattern, disciplined awareness of one’s own idio- Pe  ...  While courses in comparative ethnology help the student to take a cross-cultural and morally unbiased position in observing and report- ing the behavior of a people with a culture different from his own  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1952.54.3.02a00060 fatcat:qnxp7edw6ra3lkn5qm7oks5xta
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